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    • Amodio, Mark C. (2020)
      This collection brings together newly commissioned and cutting-edge essays on oral text and tradition ranging from the ancient and medieval world to the present day by a leading group of European and North American oral ...
    • Pfau, Aleksandra Nicole (2020)
      The concept of madness as a challenge to communities lies at the core of legal sources. This book considers how communal networks, ranging from the locale to the realm, responded to people who were considered mad. The ...
    • Gilleir, Anke; Defurne, Aude (2020)
      "What is the gender of political power ? What happens to the history of sovereignty when we reconsider it from a gender perspective ? Political sovereignty has been a major theme in European thought from the very beginning ...
    • Hurni, Christoph; Josi, Christian; Sieber, Lorenz; Huerlimann, Daniel; Thommen, Marc (2020)
      In the canton of Bern, the Child and Adult Protection Court performs the tasks of the judicial complaints authority in child and adult protection matters. It forms part of the civil department of the higher court and is ...
    • Hawkins, S. J.; Allcock, A. L.; Bates, A. E.; Evans, A.J.; Firth, L. B.; McQuaid, C. D.; Russell, B. D.; Smith, I. P.; Swearer, S. E.; Todd, P. A. (2020)
      Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review remains one of the most cited sources in marine science and oceanography. The ever-increasing interest in work in oceanography and marine biology and its relevance to global ...
    • Carroll, Timothy; Walford, Antonia; Walton, Shireen (2021)
      This volume comprises a curated conversation between members of the Material Culture Section of University College London Anthropology. In laying out the state of play in the field, it challenges how the anthropology of ...
    • van Es, Nicky; Reijnders, Stijn; Bolderman, Leonieke; Waysdorf, Abby (2021)
      Locating Imagination in Popular Culture offers a multi-disciplinary account of the ways in which popular culture, tourism and notions of place intertwine in an environment characterized by ongoing processes of globalization, ...
    • Semple, Sarah; Sanmark, Alexandra; Iversen, Frode; Mehler, Natascha (2020)
      This book brings together the cumulative results of a three-year project focused on the assemblies and administrative systems of Scandinavia, Britain, and the North Atlantic islands in the 1st and 2nd millennia AD. In this ...
    • Ersch, Christina Maria; Grein, Marion; Fierus, Ann-Katrin; Jehle, Nina; Sánchez Anguix, Virginia; Ziegler, Joshua; Riedinger, Miriam; Ersch, Christina Maria (2020)
      Consistent evaluation is an important prerequisite for quality assurance and continuous further development in the area of DaF/DaZ. With a focus on virtual learning, this volume deals with the evaluation of the Inverted ...
    • Thomas, S. Bernard (2020)
      The Communist aim of proletarian hegemony in the Chinese revolution was given concrete expression through the Canton Commune—reflected in the policies and strategies that led to the uprising, in the makeup and program of ...
    • Thomas, S. Bernard (2020)
      In the two-decade period from 1928 to 1948, the proletarian themes and issues underlying the Chinese Communist Party’s ideological utterances were shrouded in rhetoric designed, perhaps, as much to disguise as to chart ...
    • Trautmann, Thomas R. (2020)
      Kinship and History in South Asia presents four papers given at a small conference of kinship studies scholars, “Kinship and History in South Asia,” at the University of Toronto in 1973. They draw upon one another and show ...
    • Chu, Raymond W.; Saywell, William G. (2020)
      The office of governor general (tsung-tu) was the highest provincial post throughout the Ch’ing dynasty. As such, it was a vital link in the control of a vast empire by a very small and alien ruling elite. This is primarily ...
    • Kurihara, Sadako (2020)
      Kurihara Sadako was born in Hiroshima in 1913, and she was there on August 6, 1945. Already a poet before she experienced the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, she used her poetic talents to describe the blast and its aftermath. ...
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      authored support system; contextual machine translation; controlled document authoring; controlled language; document structure; terminology management; translation technology; usability evaluation
    • (2020)
      authored support system; contextual machine translation; controlled document authoring; controlled language; document structure; terminology management; translation technology; usability evaluation
    • (2020)
      In summary, this book proposes to establish controlled document authoring that enables contextual MT. To implement controlled document authoring, we orchestrated a wide variety of frameworks and methods covering ...
    • Miyata, Rei (2021)
      authored support system; contextual machine translation; controlled document authoring; controlled language; document structure; terminology management; translation technology; usability evaluation
    • Hujala, Anneli; Taskinen, Helena (2020)
      "This research-based edited volume offers a clear, multifaceted and practical overview of the Finnish health and social care sector trends in the 2020s. The health and social care reform is again current as new ways of ...
    • Harmes, Rick (2021)
      This final chapter focuses on the design of political institutions and systems. Not only is design thinking a key element of an engaged political analysis (Stoker, 2013), but it is also particularly relevant at the present ...